Coral Los Alisios

The Coral Los Alisios looks traditionally Spanish because it’s painted in peachy tones. Inside, the style is modern yet homely and each apartment has a smart kitchenette for whipping up meals.

In the hotel grounds, there’s a pool that’s been designed with families in mind. There’s a shallow section for little ones and a play pad with themed fountains and tipping buckets. The whole area’s surrounded by loungers where parents can watch kids paddle and there’s even a snack bar.

In the morning, big buffets are served in the restaurant, with a great mixture of cooked items and continental options.

Overview of Los Cristianos

Los Cristianos is popular with both families and couples who love to have fun on the beach. The resort includes two giant curves of sand, so you can relax and listen to the waves during the day before turning the volume up in the evening.

Plus, when you choose Los Cristianos for your holiday to Tenerife, you’re only just around the bay from Playa de las Americas, so you can experience the best of both resorts during your stay at the Coral Los Alisios.

Things to do in Los Cristianos

The Coral Los Alisios is in a quiet area, so it’s ideal for relaxing as a family, but, you’re only a 20-minute walk away from the centre of Los Cristianos.

The resort has a reputation as a shopping paradise. The old town stretches from the port to the main shopping street and you can buy everything from designer clothes to souvenirs.

In the evening, Los Cristianos has a restaurant for every possible taste. After your evening meal, you can choose between pubs, cocktail lounges and bars. If you want something livelier or some evening entertainment, pop to Playa de las Americas.

You’ll love every second of your stay in Los Cristianos and you’ll head home with some wonderful memories.


Resort Summary

Families will enjoy the beach and range of local attractions on a Tenerife holiday here, while the older generation will find plenty of sociable bars and can explore the history of the town with its working harbour. Young couples and groups will love the parties and shopping – and the even more lively nightlife in neighbouring Playa de las Americas.

Los Cristianos is also great if you have reduced mobility, as it boasts Europe’s largest barrier-free pedestrian sea promenade and facilities including accessible toilets and aquatic wheelchairs.